Very busy, waited 45 mins for table but very friendly staff and weather and view over the water worth waiting for
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The chowder with oysters was awesome. Very flavorful and had 7-8 medium to large oysters. Thinner consistency than I've had but yummy. However, the fries with poutine and beef gravy was awful. The fries were brown, extremely overcooked and had a burnt taste. The oil...More
lovely old pub in a historic house overlooking the harbor and marina. Cozy in winter, splendid out on the deck in summer. Really good food and outstanding beers. I love to go there with visitors but especially with old friends.
Loved our recent visit here on a sunny day! Snagged seating on the deck with a view of the marina--gorgeous! Quite a drink menu with drinks made with local spirits, along with local beers, wines and ciders. My husband and I enjoyed sharing fish tacos...More
This restaurant is within walking distance from the ferry, and is located off the Waterfront trail in Bainbridge. With views of the boat harbor and waterfront, this place is an ideal spot to have lunch, enjoy some great beer, and take in the sights. Two...More
I come from New England so I consider myself a chowder aficionado. Until now I didn't think anyone could be Legal Seafood out of Boston. Wrong! I had a bowl of chowder here that was huge, more than enough for a meal. I chose the...More
This was a fantastic find for us, and definitely worth the ferry trip over for a cozy dinner getaway from Seattle. Many well-marked gluten free options if you need that, which includes very delicious battered/fried calamari and excellent clam chowder. There was a very long...More
We sat outside on the deck at a shared table, and the view was really nice. We shared a caesar salad and fried oysters, which were good but nothing special.